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Mlinois for the year 1857. Annual report of the surveyor gen-

eral of public lands in the State of........
Illinois. Statement of the unsold public lands in the State of.....
Imports into the United States of certain articles during the quar-

ter ending September 30, 1857. Statement of the...
Imports, annually, from July 1, 1849, to 1857, the amount of cus-

toms each year, and the expenses of collection during the

same period. Statement of the....-
Imports of coin and bullion, annually, from 1821 to 1827. State-

ment of the amount of......
Imports, annually, from the beginning of the government to June

30, 1857. Statement of the amount of..................
Imports, re-exported and consumed, and estimated population, and

rate of consumption, per capita, from 1821 to 1857. State-

ment of the amount of the..........
Imports into the United States annually consumed from 1821 to

1857. Statement of the value of the.......
Imports, annually, of certain articles, and the amount of duty

which accrued on each, from June 30, 1844, to June 30,

1857. Statement of the value of......
Imports of wine, spirits, &c., imported annually, from 1843 to 1857,

inclusive .......
Imports, annually, from 1821 to 1857. Statement of the value of
Imports of iron, manufactures of iron and iron and steel, steel,

sugar, wines, and all fabrics of which wool, cotton, silk,
flax, or hemp is a component part, annually, from 1847 to
1857, inclusive, with the duties which accrued thereon during
each year, and of brandies from 1856 to 1857. Statement

of the value of the........ ...........................
Imports from Canada and other British possessions, from July 1,

1851, to June 30, 1857. Statement of the value of.....
Imports of certain articles in 1856 and 1857, with the increase or

decrease in quantity and value. Statement of the quantity

and value, value per bushel, pound, &c., of.......
Imports of pig iron into the United States from 1820 to 1857.

Statement of the quantity and value of the......
Imports of coal, and consumption of foreign imports less domestic

exports, and total consumption of foreign coal for the last

32 years. Statement of the value of the.....
Import duty on United States domestic exports to Great Britain,

France, Spain, Holland, Belgium, and Brazil ; also the duty
on like articles imported into the United States. Statement

of the................
Imports of goods, wares, and merchandise of the growth, produce,

and manufacture of foreign countries, during the year end-
ing June 30, 1857. Statement of the quantity and value

of the .....................
Imports of goods, wares, and merchandise of the growth, produce,

and manufacture of foreign countries, into each collection
district of the United States, during the year ending June
30, 1857. Statement of the......

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Imports from each foreign country during the year ending June 30,

1857. Statement of the value of the...
Imports of each State and Territory of the United States during

the year ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the value of
the .........

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Imports through the indirect trade of the United States during

the year ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the value of

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Indian department, and fulfilling treaties with various Indian

tribes, during the year ending June 30, 1859. Estimates
for appropriations for the current and contingent expenses

of the ............ .........
Indian Affairs, of the operations of his office and the condition of

the Indian tribes during the year 1857. Annual report of
the Commissioner of...

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Papers and documents accompanying the above report.
No. 1. Report of Marcus H. Johnson, agent for Indians in

New York....
No. 2. Letter from Philip E. Thomas, respecting the Sen-

eca Indians -.. ...........
3. Report of N. H. Parker, interpreter, as to the con-

dition of the Senecas at Cattaraugus.......
No. 4. Extracts from a report made to the Society of

Friends respecting the Indians of New York....

MACKINAC AGENCY.

No. 5. Report of A. M. Fitch, agent for Indians in Michi-

gan .....
No. 6. Report of N. F. Murray, teacher at Sheboygan.....
No. 7. Report of Timothy Hegney, teacher at Grand Portage
No. 8. Report of Stephen D. Caley, teacher at L'Anse ...
No. 9. Report of William O'Donovan, teacher at Garden

Island ...

No. 10. Report of John B. Weikamp, teacher at Cross Vil.

lage ....
No. 11. Report of Frederick Moscowitt, agent for Indians

in the vicinity of Green Bay..
No. 12. Report of Joseph M. Ostroph, teacher of music to

the Menomonees........
No. 13. Report of Jane Dousman, teacher to the Menomo-

nees.....
No. 14. Report of Rosalie Dousman, teacher to the Menom-

onees...
No. 15. Report of Frederiek Hass, farmer to the Menom-

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No. 16. Report of William J. Cullen, superintendent .....
No. 17. Report of David B. Herriman, agent for the Chip-

pewas of the Mississippi.........
No. 18. Report of Charles E. Flandrau, agent for the Sioux.
No. 19. Report of James Magner, farmer to the Lower Sioux.
No. 20.o Report of Captain Bernard B. Bee, U. S. army ....
No. 21. Telegraphic despatch from Superintendent Huebsch-

mann ......
No. 22. Report of Superintendent Huebschmann ...
No. 23. Letter from Agent Flandrau to newspaper “ Pioneer

and Democrat'....
No. 24. Letter from Agent Flandran to Superintendent

Huebschmann.
No. 25. Letter from Superintendent Huebscbmann to Gov.
ernor Medary .......

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party of Sioux,

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Indian Affairs, report Commissioner, papers accompanying—Con. -
No. 26. Letter from Superintendent Huebschmann to Col.

Alexander, United States army ------
No. 27. Telegraphic despatch from Agent Flandrau.------
No. 28. Letter from Commissioner of Indian Affairs to Su-

perintendent Cullen......
No. 29. Telegraphic despatch from Superintendent Cullen

to Commissioner of Indian Affairs -------
No. 30. Telegraphic despatch from Commissioner of Indian

Affairs to Superintendent Cullen .....
No. 31. Telegraphic despatch Irom Commissioner of Indian

Affairs to Agent Flandrau......
No. 32. Letter from Commissioner of Indian Affairs to K.

Pritchette, appointing him special agent.....
No. 33. Report of Superintendent Cullen.........
No. 34. Letter from Special Agent Pritchette.....
No. 35. Letter from Special Agent Pritchette....
No. 36. Letter from Special Agent Pritchette ..
No. 37. Letter from Special Agent Pritchette...
No. 38. Report of A. J. Campbell, interpreter .....
No. 39. Narrative given by individual Indians....
No. 40. Minutes of examination of Ta-te-yoh-be ....
No. 41. Statement of See-see-toan and Wah-pay-toan, warriors
No. 42. Telegraphic despatch from Superintendent Cullen
No. 43. Telegraphic despatch in reply to Superintendent

Cullen ...
No. 44. Report of Special Agent Pritchette.....
No. 45. Telegraphic despatch to Special Agent Pritchette..
No. 46. Telegraphic despatch to Superintendent Cullen.
No. 47. Report of Special Agent Pritchette..
No. 48. Report of Superintendent Cullen...
No. 49. Report of Special Agent Pritchette......
No. 50. Proceedings of the first council held with the Sioux.
No. 51. Proceedings of second council held with the Sioux.
No. 52. Proceedings of the third council held with the Sioux.
No. 53, Report of Jonathan E. Fletcher, agent for the Win-

Debagoes ...

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CENTRAL SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 54. Report of Alfred Cumming, superintendent .......
No. 55. Report of Alfred J. Vaughan, agent for Blackfeet

Indians .......
No. 56. Report of A. H. Redfield, agent for Indians of Up-

per Missouri......
No. 57. Statement of Malcolm Clarke relative to conduct

of a party of Assinaboines........
No. 58. Speech of “Long Hair," chief of the Gros Ventres
No. 59. Report of Thomas S. Twiss, agent for Indians of

the Upper Platte.....
No. 60. Report of Robert C. Miller, agent for Indians on

the Arkansas ........
No. 61. Letter from Colonel Sumner, United States army,

to Agent Miller ........
No. 62. Report of John B. Robertson, agent for the Omahas.
No. 63. Report of Charles Sturgiss, superintendent of Omaha

school ..........:
No. 64. Report of William W. Dennison, agent to the Ottoes

and Missourias and Pawnees.....
No. 65. Report of D. A. Murdock, superintendent of the

Ottoe and Missouria school .....

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Indian Affairs, report Commissioner, papers accompanying-Con.-
No. 66. Report of John Lorton, farmer to the Ottoes and

Missourias.
No. 67. Report of Daniel Vanderslice, agent for the Ioways

and the Sacs and Foxes of the Missouri.........
No. 68. Report of S. M. Irvin, superintendent of the Ioway

and Sac and Fox mission.....................
No. 69. Report of Royal Baldwin, agent for the Kickapoos.
No. 70. Report of E. M. Hubbard, superintendent Kickapoo

mission...........
No. 71. Report of B. F. Robinson, agent for the Delawares..
No. 72. Report of John G. Pratt, superintendent Delaware

school.....
No. 73. Report of A. Arnold, agent for Shawnees and Wy-

andotts.........
No. 74. Report of Simon D. Harvey, superintendent of

“Friends”' mission to Shawnees ..............
No. 75. Report of Thomas Johnson, superintendent Shaw-

nee Methodist school ........
No. 76. Report of William E. Murphy, agent for the Potta-

watomies ........
No. 77. Report of J. B Duerinck, superintendent St Mary's

Pottawatomie manual labor school .....
No. 78. Report of John Jackson, superintendent Baptist

Pottawatomie manual labor school
No. 79. Report of Burton A James, agent for Sacs and

Foxes of the Mississippi...-....------
No. 80. Neport of John Montgomery, agent for the "Kaws"

or Kansas Indians.......
No. 81. Report of Maxwell McCaslin, agent for Weas and

Piankeshaws, Kaskaskias and Peorias, and Mia-
mies ...

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SOUTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY.

No 82. Report of Elias Rector, superintendent............
No. 83. Report of Andrew J. Dorn, agent for the Osages,

Quapaws, Senecas and Shawnees, and Senecas...
No. 84. Report of John Shoonmakers, superintendent Osage

manual labor school.......
No. 85. Report of J. L. French, farmer for the Quapaws....
No. 86. Report of George Butler, agent for the Cherokees..
No. 87. Report of D. D. Hitchcock, marshal of Cherokee

temperance society.....
No. 88. Report of S. A. Worcester, missionary to the Chero-

kees ........
No. 89. Report of W. A. Duncan, superintendent of Chero-

kee public schools .......
No. 90. Message of John Ross, principal chief of the Chero-

kees, to the national council........
No. 91. Report of William H Garrett, agent for the Creeks.
No. 92. Report of Josiah W. Washbourne, agent for the

Seminoles.......
No. 93. Report of John Lilley, superintendent of the Semi-

nole mission ......
No. 94. Report of Douglass H. Cooper, agent for the Choc-

taws and Chickasaws --...
No. 95. Report of Cyrus Byington, missionary to the Choc-
taws at Stock bridge .....

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No. 96. Report of O. P. Stark, missionary to the Choctaws

at Good Land station.....

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Indian Affairs, report Commissioner, papers accompany'g--Con.-
No. 97. Report of C. C. Copeland, missionary to the Choc-

taws at Bennington station...................
No. 98. William and Lewis Cass and Simon Hancock, native

Baptist preachers...........
99. Report of J. D. Chamberlain, superintendent of

Iyanubi female seminary.......
No. 100. Report of H. Balentine, superintendent of Koonsha

female academy.......
No. 101. Report of C. Kingsbury, superintendent of the

Chuabla female seminary.......
No. 102. Report of T. W. Mitchell, superintendent of Port

Coffee and New Hope academies.....
No. 103. Report of Ebenezer Hotchkin, missionary and prin-

cipal of the Living Land school ...
No. 101. Report of John Edwards, superintendent of Whee-

lock female seminary....
No. 105. Report of Gaylord L. More, superintendent of

Spencer academy.......
No. 106. Report of W. R. Baker, superintendent of the

Armstrong academy.....
No. 107. Report of J. H. Carr, superintendent of Bloomfield

Chickasa w academy .....
No. 108. Report of J. C. Robinson, superintendent of Chick-

asaw manual labor academy.......
No. 109. Report of F. M. Payne, teacher in Chickasaw

manual labor school.....
No. 110. Report of E. Cunch, superintendent of the Co.bert

institute ...
No. 111. Report of A. H. McKissick, agent for the Wichitas

and other wild tribes ....

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TEXAS AGENCY.

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No. 112. Report of Robert S Neighbors, supervising agent

for the Indians in Texas ...........
No. 113. Letter of Supervising Agent Neighbors to Major

General Twiggs, relative to Indian relations ....
No. 114. Report of M. Leeper, agent for Indians of the

Camanche agency.......
No. 115. Report of S. P. Ross, agent for Indians of the

Brazus agency .......
No. 116. Peport of Samuel Church, farmer at thu Brazos

agency ...--
No. 117. Report of Jonathan Murray, farmer at the Brazos

agency ...--..
No. 118. Report of James M. Taylor, blacksmith at the

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NEW MEXICO SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No 119. Report of J. L. Collins, superintendent ..........
No. 120. Report of Christopher Carson, agent for the Mo-

huache Utahs .......
No. 121. Report of Samuel M. Yost, agent for the Pueblos..
No. 122. Report of Diego Archuleta, agent for the Utahs,

Capotes, and Apache Jicarillas .....
No. 123. Report of M. Steck, agent for the Indians within

the Apache agency.....
No. 124. Letter of Superintendent Collins, transmitting

copies of letters from Agent Steck and Colonel
R. C. Bonneville, United States army..........

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